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Kids & Puppies & Teeth

John sent this wonderful Easter photo of the K-Kids...

Sparkler Update: Ruthie

I am not sure how she managed but Lori has sent us an update on Ruthie (Taylor)! She shares:

Sparkler Update: Claire & Perspective

One of my students brought his granddaughter to class yesterday. Our topic: Aging.  Through a series of questions, seven-year-old Aspen determined that under age 30 is not old, age 30 is "kinda old" and 35 is old; that perspective is also her truth. Is it yours? Likely not.

Sparkler Updates: Kiri & Lori/Ruthie

Today we have an update from Alison about Kiri (Chalice) and an update about Lori and her Kaibab Krew -- let's start with Kiri...

Sparkler Updates: Ze.D & Jordan

More Sparkler Updates today, including videos! Let's start with Zelimir Dewey (aka Ze.D)...

Sydney Update

The news is not good, friends. Sydney has a mass in her lungs and a possible lesion in her spine. I know well this is hard news for those who love her but let's focus on this: She is happy and enjoying her life. See for yourself...

Sparkler Updates: Lucas & Zimmer

Today we check in with two of our Sparkler boys, starting with Lucas (Tolman).

Sparkler Updates: Abbie & Tika

Sparkler Updates. Can you even believe they will be four months old later this month?! We start with this fun update from Ashlee about Abbie (Belle)...

Perfect vs. Happy

Do you ever wonder why a different point of view is so threatening? I do. A lot.

What causes people to go on the attack when a difference is expressed? Why does it seem appropriate to "Shoot the Messenger" when we disagree with the message?

What's Your Super Power?

Sydney has been thrown yet another curve ball -- her remaining rear leg has stopped being functional. On Thursday evening she visited the neighbor's granddaughters and was happily fine. And on Friday morning her left rear leg was not weight bearing.

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